In Bitter Chocolate, Journalist And Best-Selling Author Pinki Virani Travels Across Accessible Yet Comprehensive, Bitter Chocolate Is Written For The Young. Book review of Bitter Chocolate: Child Sexual Abuse in India. Pinki Virani. Penguin Books, , pp., ISBN (pb). Many things are yet unknown to Indian child feels embarrased to tell her mom about all this what is happenning to r taught 2 trust only.
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Being a lawyer, i have read quite a few testimonies of young victims and the book has done justice to all such other young survivors by not indulging into sensationalism or exaggeration. Through a series of events, she relates how often the person least chocolafe is the culprit like a close relation.
Bitter Chocolate: Child Sexual Abuse In India by Pinki Virani
Accessible yet comprehensive, Bitter Chocolate is written for the young parent and guardian, principal and teacher, judge and police, lawyer and public prosecutor, teenager and tomorrow’s citizen.
My 24 year old neighbour, who’s getting married next year and saw the book in ny hand and said, “what a boring topic! She is married to a noted journalist and author, Shankkar Aiyar. I felt lot hurt and I brought this to the notice of Dr.
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Such a sensitive topic completely put under carpet by family, friends, school and even media. When I read it I was living in India and it made it that much harder to believe and relate to everyday experience. Child Sexual Abuse In India’ is a very difficult read, and for all the right reasons.
My legs and hands would go numb. Jul 06, Kripa Jayakumar rated it really liked it Shelves: There is of course substantial evidence that one’s sexuality has nothing to do with their propensity to sexually abuse children.
That being said, every mother should read this because it is in their hands how their children will grow up Pranjal Pankaj Certified Buyer 23 Aug, It is time that such monsters are brought out and punished.
Can I borrow this item? No trivia or quizzes yet. Summary of the Book Bitter Chocolate provides a brand new perspective on our notions of family honor and morality.
Bitter Chocolate: Child Sexual Abuse In India
Books by Pinki Virani. It is a Must read.
Arun kotenkar, and he just accepted that it was a bad situation and kept quiet. Log In or Sign Up for Free.
Those Bitter truth which would make u fall out of your chair while reading. No eBook available Amazon. Actually, everyone in the country should read this book. You must be logged in to Tag Records.
The Truth that child abuses can be done by our own family and not necessarily by a third party. This book is a must read for everyone so that it helps us keep our eyes and ears open. Child Sexual Abuse in India. If any of you need more info, you can write to me on radheevar yahoo.
She started working as a typist at the age of This is the unspoken truth about Sexual abuse in India. There are no discussion topics on this book yet.
It is the way the guys are treated by women is the prime reason for hostility and sexual abuse towards women. Trivia About Bitter Chocolate The stories narrated are harrowing and ghastly and btiter appalling statistics provided might shake your faith in humanity. From inside the book. Forum rules You must limit each topic thread in this section to only one book or only one series.